Perlan Flight 19 Manifest
Above is the manifest from Perlan Flight 19, the first Perlan test flight to carry our CubeKit experiments.

This 25 minute flight proved the glider had survived transit to Argentina and that all systems worked: tow and launch, landing, communications, all pilot gear, payload integration, and airport operations.

Below are some of the 14 teachers whose proposals were accepted for build and flight, with links to their teams’ experiment pages.


Howard_Carter Howard Carter, Jr.
George T. Baker Aviation Technical College
Miami, FL

Team Page

Ashford Kathryn Craven, Carly Imhoff, Dory Manfre
Ashford School
Ashford, CT

Team Page


Carol_FarrCarol Farr
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Portland, OR

Team Page

jim_kuhlJames Kuhl
Central Square Middle School
Central Square, NY

Team Page


Perlan HeadshotJoshua Madore
CREC Academy of Aerospace and
Engineering High School
Windsor, CT

Team Page

Rachael_ManzerRachael Manzer
CREC Aerospace Academy of
Science and Engineering
Windsor, CT

Team Page


Chris_MurphyChristopher Murphy
Gloversville High School
Gloversville, NY

Team Page

Kristin_ReichertKristin Reichert
Cazenovia Central School
Cazenovia, NY

Team Page


Yajaira_Sierra-SastreYajaira Sierra-Sastre
Thomas Armstrong Toro
Specialized Science and Math High School
Ponce, Puerto Rico

Team Page

Vermette_FinnStephen Vermette/Stephanie Finn
Dr. Charles R. Drew Science
Magnet School/Buffalo State College
Buffalo, NY

Team Page


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